At first I was going to comment that this isn’t going to last at all, but then I look down at my own knuckles, and I have high detail scars from my old knuckle piercings, as well as cuts from various punches and hand injuries. So maybe it will last. Either way, it’s more nice clean work by Brian of Pure Body Arts in Brooklyn, NY (although I’ll mention again that he tours regularly).

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21 thoughts on “"LIVE THE LIFE YOU LOVE"

  1. I’m constantly surprised by the quality of Brian’s work. Well done!

    And I’ll just add that I did a cutting on a hand a few months ago and it’s probably more detailed than any others I’ve done. I think it’ll be fine…. and ultimately, it’ll be subtle, which I happen to think is a good thing.

  2. I would think that a nice shade of tattoo ink could be a ink rubbed in while it is fresh and as it heal.

  3. haha and if he punches someone it’ll be imprinted on there face i love it its amazing

  4. Usually scarification squicks me out but I really like this one :)

  5. I have an insanely detailed scar on my index finger in the awkward shape of an S, its from an accident with a hacksaw, but its lasted a good 6 years, its subtle in color but still quite raised.

    So, this will probably last.

  6. definately will agree knuckles tend to turn out alright although sometimes its a bit splotchy. Some of my knuckle brands are very visible and raised, yet some arent. the palm side of my hands though, not so much

  7. i like what it says, i see alot of tattoos and scars that seem to have no apparent meaning, maybe thats the beauty of them… but still i like this. alot.

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